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Much warmer temperatures are in store across southern and eastern Colorado Tuesday...with isolated late day thunderstorms around the region. On Wednesday...a stronger southwest flow is expected...resulting in gusty winds...low relative humidity and dry fuels...and the potential for critical fire weather conditions from the I-25 corridor eastward. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Wednesday afternoon and evening...and may be upgraded as needed. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Expect much warmer temperatures and dry conditions across southeastern Colorado the next couple of days. High pressure move across the region will being well above average temperatures to southeastern Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday. Southwest winds will strengthen Wednesday afternoon ahead of a storm system approaching from the northwest. Windy conditions, combined with low relative humiditys, and dry fuels, will lead to the potential for critical fire weather conditions along and east of I-25 Wednesday afternoon. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Wednesday afternoon in these areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Expect much warmer temperatures and dry conditions across southeastern Colorado the next couple of days. High pressure move across the region will being well above average temperatures to southeastern Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday. Southwest winds will strengthen Wednesday afternoon ahead of a storm system approaching from the northwest. Windy conditions, combined with low relative humiditys, and dry fuels, will lead to the potential for critical fire weather conditions along and east of I-25 Wednesday afternoon. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Wednesday afternoon in these areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Lingering moisture over the mountains and southern valleys will help produce isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms Monday...while mostly sunny and drier conditions are in store across the eastern plains. An area of high pressure will build over the western states and Rockies through the day...bringing dry and warmer weather to the area Tuesday and Wednesday. High temperatures should be about as warm as Sunday's readings with 40s and 50s expected over the mountains...the 60s through the southern valleys...and the mid 60s and 70s across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The low pressure system bringing us unsettled weather will slowly move east of the region late today and tonight. Expect today to be similar to yesterday...with a chance of rain showers and a few thunderstorms across southeastern Colorado. A snow shower is also possible above 10,000 feet. Expect high temperatures in the low 70s over the eastern plains, mid 60's across the San Luis Valley, and 40s to low 50s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will continue its trek across the southwestern US Sunday. This will bring a chance of rain or snow showers and a few thunderstorms across southeastern Colorado. Area temperatures will be a few degrees cooler, but close to average in most areas. Expect highs in the low 70s over the eastern plains, mid 60's across the San Luis Valley, and 40s to low 50s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A weather system will continue to make its' way through the Rocky Mountain region through Sunday, while a series of weak upper level disturbances pass over the state. This will bring periods of cloudiness to the state, with a chance of rain or snow showers and a few thunderstorms expected across eastern Colorado. Area temperatures will be slightly cooler today and tomorrow, but will still be above average in most areas. Expect highs in the mid to upper 70s over the eastern plains, and 40s to low 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A new spring weather system will make its way through the Rocky Mountain region through Sunday, while a series of weak upper level disturbances pass over the state. This will bring periods of cloudiness to the state, with a chance of rain or snow showers and a few thunderstorms expected across eastern Colorado. Area temperatures will cool slightly this weekend, but will still be above average in most areas, with highs warming in the mid 60s through the 70s over the eastern plains, and 40s to low 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A new spring weather system will make its way through the Rocky Mountain region over the weekend...keeping increased cloudiness in the picture...with a chance of rain or snow showers and a few thunderstorms across southern and eastern Colorado. Temperatures are going to be somewhat cooler than Friday's very warm readings...but are still expected to stay above average in all areas with high temperatures in the 30s to mid 40s in most mountain areas...the 50s and lower 60s in the southern valleys...and the mid 60s through the 70s over the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A series of weak upper level disturbances will push across the state over the next few days, bringing an increase in clouds to the region by late afternoon, along with a chance for rain or snow showers and possibly a few thunderstorms over the mountains. The chances for precipitation will spread into the eastern plains on Saturday, as a stronger upper level disturbance pushes over the state, and a weak area of low pressure builds across the region. Area temperatures will be well above average today over most locations, with highs today warming into the 70s to near 80 over the eastern plains and into the 50s and 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Warmer weather remains in the offing for Friday with high temperatures expected to be some 5 to 10 degrees above seasonal averages. Mostly sunny skies through the morning will give way to increasing clouds through the afternoon. Isolated showers, along with a possible thunderstorm, can be expected over and near the higher terrain in the afternoon and evening. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Drier air will spread into Colorado today...with clearing skies already developing in the mountains...the southern valleys and along the I-25 corridor. Mostly cloudy skies will linger over the southeast plains until around mid-day. Temperatures are going to stay cooler than average again today...but as high pressure develops over the state Friday...look for a quick warming period in all area. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Moist air will spread across much of eastern Colorado tonight, with a good chance for precipitation expected over the eastern mountains and the Interstate 25 corridor. Isolated to scattered rain or snow showers are expected elsewhere across the region. The precipitation will begin as rain over the lower elevations, but should mix with and change over to snow through the evening hours. Snow over the eastern mountains could be heavy at times, with moderate to heavy accumulations expected. As such Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for the eastern mountains. For the latest updates on these advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Precipitation will taper off Thursday morning, with clearing skies then expected across the region through the afternoon. Area temperatures will cool slightly behind the cold front on Thursday, with below average temperatures expected. A quick warming trend will then take place through the weekend, as temperatures re! turn to above average. A weak low pressure system may affect the weather over the state Saturday night into Easter Sunday, with a few showers and possibly a thunderstorm spreading across the region. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

An upper level weather system will continue to move across northern Colorado this afternoon...as a cold front exits the southern border areas of the state. Rain and snow are expected to develop through the afternoon hours and into the evening...with significant snow accumulations possible over favored areas in the eastern mountains and adjacent lower elevations tonight to early Thursday morning. The precipitation will diminish and skies will clear from west to east through Thursday afternoon. Temperatures are going to be in the 30s and 40s in most mountain areas...the 50s in the southern valleys...and the 50s to lower 60s across eastern Colorado. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect...and some localized heavy snow amounts are possible. Be sure to check our web page at weather.gov/pueblo for full details on the advisories and local forecasts. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A new upper level weather system will move across northern Colorado today...pushing a cold front southward through the state this morning. This system will spread rain and snow across the area starting this afternoon...with significant snow accumulations possible over the eastern mountains and adjacent areas tonight to early Thursday morning. The precipitation will diminish and skies will clear from west to east through Thursday afternoon. Temperatures are going to be in the 30s and 40s in most mountain areas...the 50s in the southern valleys...and the 50s to lower 60s across eastern Colorado. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Fair and breezy weather this evening will give way to increasing clouds and developing precipitation across the higher terrain Wednesday morning, as another upper level weather system moves into Colorado. This system will spread snow and lower elevation rain across the area late Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning, with significant snow accumulations possible over the southeast mountains and immediate adjacent plains. Precipitation will diminish and skies will clear from west to east through Thursday afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Fair and warmer weather will be briefly in place across Colorado today as high pressure lies over the region. Sunny skies are in store over most areas...with breezy afternoon winds in some areas...and warmer temperatures region wide. Highs today should reach the 40s to mid 50s in the mountains...the 50s to around 60 degrees in the southern valleys...and range through the 60s across the eastern plains. A new weather system is shaping up to make its way into the region Wednesday...bringing another chance of precipitation to most areas Wednesday through early Thursday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will provide dry and warm conditions across the region Tuesday and the first half of Wednesday. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60's Tuesday across the plains and near 60 in the San Luis Valley. The mountains can expect high temperatures in the 30's to near 40. Dry and breezy conditions are expected Tuesday afternoon. The next storm system to visit the region arrives Wednesday and may bring snow and rain showers to the mountains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Drier air should work its way into southern Colorado through the day today. Mostly cloudy skies and a few lingering snow flurries may still be possibly this morning...but conditions should improve this afternoon with decreasing clouds in most areas. Temperatures are going to stay below average region wide with highs in the 20s and 30s in the high country...the 40s in the southern valleys...and the 30s to mid 40s across the eastern plains. We will see a fair weather day Tuesday...with warmer temperatures in most areas...followed by a new weather system bringing another round of precipitation Wednesday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong low pressure system will move through the state overnight. Widespread areas of snow will continue across the southern I-25 corridor and eastern plains overnight tonight. Significant snowfall will be possible in and around the mountains including the Palmer Divide and the higher terrain. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories have been posted for the mountains and portions of the eastern plains/I-25 corridor. For the latest information on this winter weather situation, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)